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February 10, 1958 | Volume 8, Issue 6

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Diehl Mateer Cover - Sports Illustrated February 10, 1958

February 10, 1958
Skiing across the country—reports complete through the preceding weekend

February 10, 1958
4—Dick Garrett-Columbus Citizen8—Photopress, I.N.P.9—Lynn Pelham-Miami Daily News, U.P.; right: U.P., Yves Debraine, George Harris, A.P.; I.N.P., U.P.10—Dick Smith12, 13—Joe Linesch, Ezra Bowen14,...

February 10, 1958
[Television]Television[Color television]Color television[Network radio]Network radio

February 10, 1958
Fire almost made a tragedy of the famed San Diego to Acapulco ocean race but it all had a happy ending

February 10, 1958
Herb Elliott, an Aussie schoolboy when Landy and Bannister were blazing the four-minute trail, turned the trick last week and is only sorry he didn't beat the world record

February 10, 1958 | Thomas H. Lineaweaver

February 10, 1958 | Thomas H. Lineaweaver
SINGLES

February 10, 1958

February 10, 1958
Vice-President Richard Nixon, extemporizing at the New York Baseball Writers' dinner: "Baseball without fans is like Jayne Mansfield without a sweater." (Laughter.) "That can be taken two...

February 10, 1958
Wouldn't you know that as soon as it became definite that the Dodgers really would locate way out West, where horses are TV stars, men are press agents and a calf is something just below the knee...

February 10, 1958
Faces and Figures Were Familiar, but the Week Brought Changes

February 10, 1958
•Next week's cover catches one of the finest hockey defenses ever to grace the rinks. Ken Rudeen tells how the brilliant Canadiens have already salted away the 1957-58 title.

February 10, 1958 | Richard W. Johnston

February 10, 1958 | Jeremiah Tax
These were questions that haunted the rival coaches and partisan fans as Kansas and Kansas State fought for top national ranking in the Lawrence field house

February 10, 1958 | Harry Phillips
This is the time of year when banquet boards all over the country groan happily with five-course dinners and full honors to the stars of sport who cast the brightest light in the year just past.

February 10, 1958 | Tex Maule
Duke's Dave Sime may be the fastest living human being; a fresh technique could help him prove it this track season

February 10, 1958 | Barry Burn
The second of these monthly reports focuses on the new sensation—J. C. Goosie

February 10, 1958 | Marlene Bauer Hagge
Contrary to the popular notion, most of the pros don't use much wrist cock in playing their short pitches. For myself, though, I find I hit the ball sharpest and control it best if I use lots of...

February 10, 1958 | Ed Zern

February 10, 1958
In a floodlit arena filled with 15,000 cheering spectators the dog world's elite faces its greatest test—Westminster

February 10, 1958 | Bonnie Prudden
Fencers, dancers, rock climbers and active people generally will find this week's exercise, the lateral leg stretch, particularly helpful. It will strengthen the muscles in your legs and abdomen...

February 10, 1958 | Charles Goren
Have you noticed how many bridge players have a tendency to emphasize their hard luck? It is a distinct form of hypochondria. An ordinary hypochondriac is one who enjoys bad health. A bridge...

February 10, 1958 | Sol Fox

February 10, 1958 | Sol Fox
The Other Side of the CoinTom O'Reilly of racing's Morning Telegraph shows you the sport of kings as he—along with millions of other Americans—knows it: a thing of beauty, a place for pleasure and...

February 10, 1958
Sirs:Our ski club is currently in the throes of a new parlor game that threatens our sanity but has become as habit-forming as marijuana. We call it "sports ghastlies." Herewith some of our better...

February 10, 1958
On a clear, breezy day off the coast of California at a spot north of San Diego known as Torrey Pines you're apt to find this young man riding the up-drafts. As one of the nation's youngest solo...

February 10, 1958
SAILFISH: FLORIDA: FG for silver-minded anglers who have been indulging in Twenty-first Annual Silver Sailfish Derby of the Palm Beaches for past three weeks. So far 228 sails caught of which 184...

February 10, 1958
TRACK & FIELD

February 10, 1958
Chilly race at St. Moritz was run off without a mishap before 4,000 hardy improvers despite the snow-blanketed course. The horses usually run cuckoo-clockwise in Switzerland whatever the weather.

February 10, 1958
Boxing Wayne Bethea, 10-round decision over Young Jack Johnson, heavyweights, Chicago.

February 10, 1958
Bob Hazle, brought up from Wichita in mid-season in time to pick up outfield slack and lend hot bat (.403) to Braves' stretch drive, was honored last week as Milwaukee's Rookie of Year by local...

February 10, 1958 | Richard Schickel
'Cleopatra's Barge,' America's first ocean-going pleasure yacht, was a thing of opulence and beauty before she met her sad end

February 10, 1958 | Jerome Weidman
A honeymoon pair, an innocent voyage, and you've got trouble

February 10, 1958 | Jimmy Jemail
IRA (PRENT) FULMORSkipper of Criterion Vice-Commodore, Transpacific YCWe think our race to Honolulu is equally tough, but four times as long, which makes it four times more difficult. Certainly...